"There are currently no FDA approved treatments for Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome. This has engendered a controversial debate about how to best care for patients with persistent symptoms after standard antibiotic therapy of Lyme disease." This quote is taken from lymemd a very comprehensive and informative site for the symptoms of Lyme disease as well as removing tics, recognizing a rash and receiving care.
We do not attempt on this page to elaborate on other well documented analysis of Lyme disease. Here at Chelation Medical Center, Dr Psonak has a rather unique approach through research attributed mostly to Patricia Kane, PhD in the area of Fatty Acids. Every cell is surrounded by a fatty membrane which is the structural skin that is the protective layer. But it is far more than that - it is literally the essence of life. To damage the nucleus or its DNA within the cell, the cell may still be operative; but damage the membrane and the cell is gone. This is why the right fats that are necessary for the life of the cell membrane are so important. Phosphatidylcholine (PC) stands apart as the most important of all. It is one of four phospholipids that make up the cell membrane. Taken orally and given intravenously (IV), PC can help detoxify the cell membrane and along with other fats can actually help eliminate the effects of Lyme disease.